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Developing Embedded Taxonomy and Mining Patients’ Interests From Web-Based Physician Reviews: Mixed-Methods Approach

Developing Embedded Taxonomy and Mining Patients’ Interests From Web-Based Physician Reviews: Mixed-Methods Approach

Therefore, recent studies on physician reviews focused more on the rich information embedded in the review text; for example, Hao and Zhang [9] automatically extracted hidden topics from Web-based physician reviews using text mining techniques to examine what

Jia Li, Minghui Liu, Xiaojun Li, Xuan Liu, Jingfang Liu

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(8):e254

The Voice of Chinese Health Consumers: A Text Mining Approach to Web-Based Physician Reviews

The Voice of Chinese Health Consumers: A Text Mining Approach to Web-Based Physician Reviews

Among these sites, the “Good Doctor Online” [20] (called “Hao Dai Fu” in Chinese; “Hao” means “good” and “Dai Fu” means “doctor” in Chinese) is the first online doctor review platform in China, initiated in 2006.

Haijing Hao, Kunpeng Zhang

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(5):e108

What Patients Can Tell Us: Topic Analysis for Social Media on Breast Cancer

What Patients Can Tell Us: Topic Analysis for Social Media on Breast Cancer

Zhang et al [24] applied a convolutional neural network classifier to an online breast cancer community and carried out a longitudinal analysis to show topic distributions and topic changes throughout the members’ participation.

Mike Donald Tapi Nzali, Sandra Bringay, Christian Lavergne, Caroline Mollevi, Thomas Opitz

JMIR Med Inform 2017;5(3):e23

Determinants of Patients’ Intention to Use the Online Inquiry Services Provided by Internet Hospitals: Empirical Evidence From China

Determinants of Patients’ Intention to Use the Online Inquiry Services Provided by Internet Hospitals: Empirical Evidence From China

Among enterprise-led internet hospitals such as WeDoctor, Hao Yisheng, and AliHealth, more than half (53.4%) provided services to less than 1000 patients per day, whereas approximately one-third (26.6%) provided services to more than 3000 patients per day.

Dehe Li, Yinhuan Hu, Holger Pfaff, Liuming Wang, Lu Deng, Chuntao Lu, Shixiao Xia, Siyu Cheng, Ximin Zhu, Xiaoyue Wu

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e22716

Automatic Classification of Online Doctor Reviews: Evaluation of Text Classifier Algorithms

Automatic Classification of Online Doctor Reviews: Evaluation of Text Classifier Algorithms

Hao analyzed Good Doctor Online, an online health community in China, and found that gynecology-obstetrics-pediatrics doctors were the most likely to be reviewed, internal medicine doctors were less likely to be reviewed, and most reviews were positive [7].

Ryan Rivas, Niloofar Montazeri, Nhat XT Le, Vagelis Hristidis

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(11):e11141

Using Mobile Apps for Health Management: A New Health Care Mode in China

Using Mobile Apps for Health Management: A New Health Care Mode in China

Many mobile medical platforms, such as Doctor 7LK, Doctor Xingren, Micro-doctor, Doctor Hao, and Doctor Chunyu, usually rely on experts from hospitals. Patients can be reached and followed up via these internet-based platforms.

Qing Lv, Yutong Jiang, Jun Qi, Yanli Zhang, Xi Zhang, Linkai Fang, Liudan Tu, Mingcan Yang, Zetao Liao, Minjing Zhao, Xinghua Guo, Minli Qiu, Jieruo Gu, Zhiming Lin

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(6):e10299

User Perceptions of Virtual Hospital Apps in China: Systematic Search

User Perceptions of Virtual Hospital Apps in China: Systematic Search

(99.92)3 (0.03)4 (0.04)Online Family Doctor (Jia Ting Yi Sheng Zai Xian)4.93.391088 (99.18)5 (0.46)4 (0.36)Ping An Good Doctor (Ping An Hao

Yuan Wang, Yuqiao Liu, Yancui Shi, Yanjun Yu, Jucheng Yang

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(8):e19487

Factors Associated With the Actual Behavior and Intention of Rating Physicians on Physician Rating Websites: Cross-Sectional Study

Factors Associated With the Actual Behavior and Intention of Rating Physicians on Physician Rating Websites: Cross-Sectional Study

Hao et al [23-25] conducted a content analysis of Chinese physician rating websites and identified factors that were related to physician ratings.

Xi Han, Bei Li, Tingting Zhang, Jiabin Qu

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(6):e14417

The Development of Online Doctor Reviews in China: An Analysis of the Largest Online Doctor Review Website in China

The Development of Online Doctor Reviews in China: An Analysis of the Largest Online Doctor Review Website in China

Hao Dai Fu, or the Good Doctor website (haodf.com)—hao means “good” and dai fu means “doctor” in Chinese [26]—is the earliest online doctor review website in China, established in 2006.

Haijing Hao

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(6):e134

Correction: Technology-Based Interventions in Oral Anticoagulation Management: Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

Correction: Technology-Based Interventions in Oral Anticoagulation Management: Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

The authors wish to change the order of the first and second authors so that Hengfen Dai is first author and Caiyun Zheng is second author.The previous order of authorship was as follows:Caiyun Zheng, Hengfen Dai, Chun Lin, Yan Zhang, Hong Zhang, Fan Chen,

Hengfen Dai, Caiyun Zheng, Chun Lin, Yan Zhang, Hong Zhang, Fan Chen, Yunchun Liu, Jingwen Xiao, Chaoxin Chen

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e22761